Sarah Skwire is a senior fellow at Liberty Fund, Inc. She is a poet and author of the writing textbook Writing with a Thesis.
For an awful lot of people, those May Day parades would more accurately be called a forced march.
Do art, history, and the humanities matter? The enemies of civilization think so.
It shines in candlelight. It whispers seductively. It makes the gowns for queens and princesses, the scarf at the throat of the aviator, the lingerie that suggests and arouses before it is even worn.